A Novel by CutiePieMarzia
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From YouTube sensation Marzia “CutiePieMarzia” Bisognin, an eerie thriller about a girl whose dream house quickly becomes a terrifying nightmare.
When Amethyst stumbles upon the house of her dreams, she can’t help but be enchanted by it, even if there’s something a little…off about the place.
It’s everything she’s ever wanted in a home, so when the owners, the Blooms, invite her to stay the night to avoid an impending storm, she instantly accepts.
Yet when she awakes the next morning, alone, Amethyst comes face-to-face with unexpected twists and turns—like Alfred, the creepy gardener; Avery, the handsome but secretive neighbor; and a little girl who keeps appearing and vanishing within the house.
As Amethyst searches for the Blooms and tries to unravel the truth, her connection to the house only grows stronger. Will she be able to break free of the house’s allure, or will its secrets keep her trapped forever?
This book is insanely good guys! Weather you like Marzia or not just get it! There are so many twists and turns in it and I enjoyed every one of them! Marzia does a killer job at keeping you from guessing the plot line of the book, the writing is beautiful, and I frickin love the ending! Don't even question it, just get the book! You won't regret it
It was truly amazing. I couldn't put it away, I read it day and night and finished it in a week. It was just so thrilling and spectacular. I did expect what was going to happen though, because Marzia kept giving clues throughout the novel, but I still enjoy those little things and it kept me reading non-stop. I expected it to be great but she passed beyond my expectations. I needed something different to read and here it was! Thank you!
I've always loved horror books, and this is now probably one of my favorites! I couldn't stop reading it, it was practically impossible for me to put down! I never heard of Marzia Bisognin before reading this, but I'm glad that didn't stop me from reading Dream House.